Lost But Found EgyptAir Flight: Black Boxes Impossible To Recover Before 12 Days-Says Investors

Egypt Air
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The EgyptAir flight crashed crashed into the Mediterranean sea with 66 people aboard it on May 19, after loosing signals from radar screens.

Black boxes are devices which are located in planes for the purpose of facilitating investigations of aviation accidents and incident.
 This devices are known to last for about four or five weeks after a plane crash and investigators are struggling with time to recover the black boxes before it looses power to to emit signals.
 An investigating source, said that the country have signed agreements with two French companies that specialize in deep water searches, named Alseamar and Deep Ocean Search (DOS).
 According to the investigating source, "Those two companies have complementary roles: the first is for locating the pings of the black boxes (which is the signal that is being emitted by the black boxes beacon), while the second is for diving and recovering them."
 "But the DOS specialised ship left the Irish sea on Saturday and it will reach the perceived crash site only in around 12 days, after having the Egyptian and French investigators embark in Alexandria."
 "While we are waiting for the DOS ship, equipped for detecting the pings in deep waters, but most importantly the robots capable of descending into 6 kilometres to recover the black boxes, we will not be wasting time as Laplace will be trying to locate them in the meantime."
 The source added that; after 12 days "there is a very good chance of recovering the flight recordings thanks to the combination of these two French companies."
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